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FOX News
May 4, 2014 4:00pm PDT
. brian has more from our new york city newsroom. >> nothing of this scale involving this number of performers has ever happened. 11 people were sent to area hospitals, nine with serious injuries. oneperson is in critical condition. it all happened at 11:45 a.m. in providence, rhode island. the curtain drops, the performers all women tumble 40 feet below. it's called the human shan did he leer, where the women are attached to a contraception with their hair. in this performance, the metal frame appears to come free, causing this terrifying fall. the lights in the arena going dark. ringling brothers says this act began in january and is performed 12 to 14 times a week. witnesses report seeing some 35 emergency service personnel being lifted on to gurn nis. at at least one had blood on his face, and another waved to the audience being carried out. the cause of the accident is still officially unknown and an investigation is under way. >> since we were young, many of us have seen these shows over and over and you know they have safety measures so talk about what those measures were in
FOX News
May 4, 2014 3:00pm PDT
" and he will be hearing in "shakespeare in the park" this summer in new york city. have a great week. we'll see you next funds dsh "fox news." >>> i'm harris faulkner. it was supposed to be a fun day of family entertainment under the big top. instead, we now know hundreds of spectators, many of them children witnessed an amazing and frightening scene in rhode island. in just a moment we'll share some images and they may be tough to look at. this is just a warning. we know 11 people have been hospitalized. many of them the acrobats. one of them listed in critical condition. now here's that video. it happened quickly, tragedy caught on camera. the acrobats performing as hi
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 5:30pm EDT
many publications including the new york times and "washington post," the "wall street journal" steve's work has also garnered praise. in 2006 to receive the robert f. kennedy journalism award for the price of african oil, a series on conflicts and nigeria. ladies and gentlemen, without further ado, please join me in welcoming bob and steve to our event tonight. [applause] >> let's find out what this man is thinking. the want to come talk? sure. i am happy to do that. it is great to be here. congratulations on the book. i found compelling. and i want to begin because we are talking about a geographic space, and it is hard for us to keep that in our heads. give us some mental map, if you will. when you talk about the cauldron, the south china sea, will you define the edges of that culver for us? >> think of it as the middle europa of the 21st century. just like central and eastern europe where the center of geopolitical conflict in the 20th-century can't think of the south china sea as that for the 21st injury. it is surrounded by the countries of southeast asia, the philippines
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 4:17pm EDT
. of the population of new york city, it is roughly equivalent to the entire population of the state of michigan which is the tenth most populous state in the entire country. in other words in tht bankers had evicted every single man, woman, and child, and their pets, from the entire great lakes states. how is it possible that the entire population of michigan was forced from their homes and we never really even heard about it? so i started thinking that maybe it's not just a reflection of government oversight but it's more a reflection of how we value this crisis, that we valued it and quantified it more in stock prices rather than missed school days, that more than anything, we talked about it in terms of shareholder profit, rather than the shuttered schools schools and cs across the country. and man we haven't only suffered from an economic crisis, but maybe we're in a crisis of values and meaning and the definition of our own lives. i was glad you mentioned martin luther king, jr., because i think it is probably impossible, especially here in jefferson school, which used to be an
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 4:00pm EDT
, i'm ray suarez. >>> this is al jazeera america, live from new york city. i'm thomas drayton. let's get you caught up on the top stories this hour. >> let me be very clear. i'm innocent of any involvement in any conspiracy to abduct, kill or bury mrs. jean mcconville. >> after four days of questioning sinn fein leader gerry adams is a free man. >>> a nation on the brink of law. clashes in ukraine as the police station comes under siege. >>> helping thousands of survivors in afghanistan after a massive land slide buried an entire town. >>> and saving the past for future generations. . >>> good to have you with us. ireland sinn fein gerry adams was just released from a gaol a short time ago. he was arrested on wednesday, questioning him over the 1972 murder of a belfast mother of 10. he de nice involvement. >> allegations against me in the killing of jean mcconville is based almost exclusively on hearsay from unnamed interviewees. i reject all the allegations made against me in these matters. >> al jazeera's tim friend joins us by phone from northern ireland. adams had the opportunity
CNN
May 4, 2014 1:00pm PDT
near normal temperatures from boston to new york. readings mostly in the 60s. >> all right. thank you so much, karen. >>> a dramatic scene unfolded in a ukrainian city ripped apart by violence. why they're trying to break into a police station coming up at the top of the hour. mportant whn you're running a successful business. so we provide it services you can rely on. with centurylink as your trusted it partner, you'll experience reliable uptime for the network and services you depend on. multi-layered security solutions keep your information safe, and secure. and responsive dedicated support meets your needs, and eases your mind. centurylink. your link to what's next. their type 2 diabetes... ...with non-insulin victoza. for a while, i took a pill to lower my blood sugar, but it didn't get me to my goal. so i asked my doctor about victoza. he said victoza works differently than pills, and it comes in a pen. and the needle is thin. victoza is an injectable prescription medicine that may improve blood sugar in adults with type 2 diabetes when used with diet and exercise. it is not recommended as the first medication to treat diabetes and should not be used
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 3:30pm EDT
jazeera america, live from new york city. i'm thomas drayton. let's get you caught up on the top stories this hour. >> let me be very clear. i'm innocent of any involvement in any conspiracy to abduct, kill or bury mrs. jean mcconville. >> after four days of questioning sinn fein leader gerry adams is a free man. >>> a nation on the brink of law. clashes in ukraine as the police station comes under siege. >>> helping thous
SFGTV
May 4, 2014 12:30pm PDT
. >> any other city or county like that? >> no, even in new york city. most cities have one or two nonprofit developers. even new york city has a few nonprofit developers. obviously their scale is greater and they rely much heavier for-profit developers. and we use for-profit developers in the city too, but they have san francisco experience. and it's important whether through the planning process or the commission process or the board process or through the building department requires a knowledge of what it takes to get through that process. as opposed to coming and sort of saying, well, i did this in st. louis, i can do it anywhere; right. so we really wanted to sort of encourage those folks who have been working in the field, providing affordable housing to take on this responsibility. one reporter early in the process asked me, these developers will get paid millions of dollars, won't they. i said they will get a developer fee from the mayor's office schedule. it's barely enough to compensate them for two things. one the time they take on the development and the risk. these de
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 3:00pm EDT
the entire women's movement, a movement she reflected on with us in her apartment in new york city. >> you turned 80. there was an image of you with the headline "this is what 80 looked like. i think that followed you every decade for the last three decades. i don't know if you remember this, on your 70th you said "this has the ring of mortality." is 80 terrifying? >> yes, it is in a lot of ways. for me 50 means the end of the center of life which for me has more significance since we have been wrongly valued. 50 was difficult. 60 was great. it was like entering a new free country where you didn't have the feminine expectations and 70 was pretty good to. 80 is definitely about mortality. every day i see in the newspaper sometimes people i know who have died before 80. now, i plan to live to 100. even if i do, it's 20 years. if i think of something that happened 20 years ago. it seemed like yesterday. >> when i talk to women and what they think about gloria steinem, they think unapologetic about her views and glamorous and acceptable. is that how you see your legacy, making feminism less th
FOX News
May 4, 2014 11:00am PDT
want to hear brian stokes mitchell, he'll be appearing in "shakespeare in the park" in new york city city. we' >> newly released benghazi e-mails put the white house back on the defense and raised big questions for hillary clinton as she gears up for 2016. >>> harry reid in the hot seat as the senate demands a vote on the keystone pipeline. >>> and >>> welcome to "the welcome to the journal, editorial report, fresh questions this week about the obama administration's efforts to shape
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 1:00pm EDT
radford live in new york city. here are the stories we are following for you right now. held for kidnapping and murder, the high drama political release of irish politician jergerry ad who is released from principles today. plus a nation on the brink of war, violent clashes in ukraine as a police station comes under siege. he >>> helping thousands of survivors in afghanistan after a massive landslide almost buried an entire town. >>> sometime today, shinn fein leader gerry adams is expected to be released from jail, after questioning him over the 1972 murder of a bell fast mother of 10. he denies being involved in that murder. tim friend is in northern ireland. give us a bit of background here i understand gerry adams actually turned himself in for questioning but that under the terrorism law, police only had until 8:00 o'clock tomorrow to either charge him or release him. so what happens next? >> reporter: you are right about that. he arrived here voluntarily but he was under arrest during his interrogation here at antrim police station mind me. the latest is that he is being re
Bloomberg
May 4, 2014 1:00pm EDT
the world -- the super bowl. >> super bowl is a great opportunity for this region, for new york and new jersey. this is a super bowl of a lot of firsts. first time it is being hosted by two teams, the first time it is being hosted by two states and one big city. the first time the game is being played in a northern city and a building without a roof. >> it has been a decade-long effort for tisch. it began after 9/11 when he began pitching the idea to nfl politicians as a way to jumpstart an economy. it was not until the metlife stadium was built in 2010 that idea caught on. >> the nfl owners liked to bring -- they wanted the world to see this great facility. >> many will be watching super bowl xlviii. perhaps no venue is better prepared for an event like this. 20 times a season, metlife undergoes a transformation. they change it from one team to another. that includes the removable endzone. the turf from one team is rolled up and under the stands and another team's turf is rolled out. that is about all nfl is saying. >> what are some of of the cosmetic changes? >> i know we are standing on the 50 yard line. [laughter] there will be a coin toss right here. >> together with the owner of the jets, tisch is the cochairman of the super bowl committee.
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 12:30pm EDT
pakistan, got trained by al-qaeda, were going to come back and blow up the new york city sub wachlthsz, an e-mail was intercepted. the f.b.i. interviewed one of the subjects. okay? this guy named nasha bulizazi, brought him to the fbi headquarters. what did they do? sat down and talked with him. they talked with him. what did he do three days later? he admitted everything. he admitted everything. this was the ticking time bomb scenario. you didn't need to get it from waterboarding, through slapping. you needed to get it through putting people on a liquid diet or in a box. they simply i had to them. this individual admitted to, to what happened. conspirtors. >> is that your recommendation for all terrorist suspects, that we should sit down with them and have a nice chat? >> i don't know. i talk to a lot of people. i sit down and have a chat and they tell me things they are not supposed to. >> sebastian, i am sure it goes against the grain of most american sensibilities when they see what happened at abu ghraib and hear these detailed reports but at the same time, we have to re
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 12:00pm EDT
brooklyn, new york, from the inner city and i know what that kind of environment can bring. you mention your mentor and i think it is important that you reveal the fact he was a big impact on you. my question to you is you hear so often, and i grew up around guys making excuses and blaming other people -- their parent's divorce, poverty, the man -- but they never talk about the people that tried to help them and give advice and tried to provide assistance. did you believe that no matter what these gang members there has been at least one person, probably more, that tried to help them and they chose not to listen? >> guest: i will have to say that depends on people. i didn't personal listen to people trying to help me. i know now looking back there were people that wanted to help me. i think what happens when you get caught up in that world you are in that chain and web. and no body gets. you a young person getting id idealized in that world. ... >> soog see? i tested them, i gave them a hard time. and they would do exactly what you would expect them to do. here i was going, yeah
MSNBC
May 4, 2014 9:00am PDT
cities including new york and washington. but what's being done find them nbc is following the latest from london. duncan, good day to you. who are the terrorists accusedover taking the girls and what's being done to find them? >> hey, alex. a group called boko haram is being blame bud no group has claimed responsibility. boko haar ram translates as "western education is forbidden." it's a violent islamist group which is trying to carve out an islamic state in nigeria. it's part of the insurgent any that country for the last five years or so that has cost thousands of lives. boko haar ram is confined mostly to the northeast of the country, that is where this girls school was. nobody knows for sure what has happened to them. some parents say that according to villagers some of the girls have been taken across the borders to cameroon and chad. local politicians claim some of the girls have been forced into marriage with their abductors but we just really don't know. secretary of state john kerry is on a tour of african nations. he called the abduction an unacceptable crime. >> the kidna
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 11:00am EDT
>>> good morning to you, and welcome to al jazeera america live from new york city. i am morgan radford. here are the stories we are following for you right now: two days of mourning declared for victims of a deadly clash in ukraine. now, a nation on the brink of civil war. >>> plus, helping thousands of survivors in afghanistan after a massive landslide buried an entire town. >>> saving the future by preserving the past. we will tell you about the new digital database from the library of congress. ♪ >>> the violence continues in odessa where hundreds of pro-russian activists attacked a police station in the ukrainian port city. they are demanding the release of those arrested after deadly clashes on friday. al jazeera's jonah hull is outside of that police station >> reporter: this angry crowd that has gathered outside a central police station in odessa believing that a number of people arrested on friday night are being held inside. these people have managed to gain access to the police station breaking down a garage, a vehicle garage door at the side of the building making
CSPAN
May 4, 2014 11:00am EDT
policing, one cautionary tale of the city of new york, which did recognize tremendous drops in crime through the use of religious old paper and pen statistical is to crime, but also got into a lot of trouble he borne out now on the court with zero-tolerance tactics. so you don't want to pay her your predictive capabilities attacked the end the potential is there. that's a decision somebody makes in the police department. an alternative is the way memphis these predictive policing. it's a case that very few people know about. the difference is this. memphis employed police in this way. the sociologist went with the head of police to different neighborhoods and told them this is what we are looking on. this is what police are telling us that this is how we would like to be involved in your community. they actually gave away in many ways the element of surprise to continually have conversations with the public in the community about here is what you can do with this new capability. so that program hasn't had nearly the same amount of sense since her legal problems you've seen in new yor
SFGTV
May 4, 2014 7:00am PDT
made the museum we decided to one of my coworkers sam go came back from a trip to new york and said - i said we could have a great walking tour right of tenderloin and applied to the city for historic preservation that come out of a lawsuit it considered occurred on market street people said why not create a historic district we rejected that but we started the process to make the uptown tenderloin national district in the course of our historic being uncovered from 1907 to the plenty e presented it was like bleeding more people should know about that the gay and lesbian group but in the 1920 we were the historical place actually during the consensus there was not one block of the tenderloin that had skid row characterization but south of mission they've had troubled. many of you were here understanding what we were trying to do and we appreciative that the mayor will talk about that but the reason the tenderloin is the way it is i won't mention the person who is a millionaire he said randy you're doing god's work i can't believe what you've done i don't see the neighborhood interning around. well obviously if you don't contribute it becomes a self fulfilling prophesy but
Bloomberg
May 4, 2014 9:00am EDT
. >> joining gates, a friend and fellow philanthropist, the bloomberg lp founder and former new york city mayor, michael bloomberg. >> there are fewer people starving, fewer people sleeping without a roof over their head. things are better. >> in the bill and melinda gates foundation's annual letter, gates predicts that by 2035 there will be almost no poor nations left in the world. coming up, we hear what these titans are doing to see that through. bill, i read through your letter and what i noticed in the tone was that you are very optimistic. you say look, we are better off than we were decades ago. where does this optimism come from? >> i think i am naturally optimistic but also i think the facts are on the side of the optimist. it is dangerous that people are focusing on the bad news and not seeing the progress we have made. it means they don't look at the best practices. it makes them less generous. we are raising poor countries up. most people live in middle-income countries now. there is more to be done on health and agriculture, but the track record success, if you don't see that you a
CBS
May 4, 2014 6:00am PDT
. now, some of that art has been brought together again at the gallery in new york city. >> get these pieces -- professor peters is the exhibition's curate or. >> it's like a condensed form of the moment in munich in the summer of 1937. >> reporter: what makes this new exhibit so unusual is that for the first time both the condemned art and art sanctioned by the nazi party are on display side by side. these are artists who are members of the party like amir were spared. >> what is so degenerate about this? >> in the case -- has something to do with the intense color. more of the portrait of a girl not showing -- but more interpreting her by color. >> this is supposed to have a negative influence on people? >> the eye of the nazis was sort of ridiculing what was going on. >> the nazi thought that this was poking fun at farmers and that's what made this offensive? >> this could be painted by a child. >> reporter: but it's not difficult at all to recognize the sanctioned art highlighting the virtues of the german people in a style called, romantic realism. >> this particular piece was bo
FOX
May 4, 2014 6:00am PDT
"simply broadway." he'll be appearing in shakes spear in the park this summer in new york city. and that's it for today. have a great week. we'll see you next "fox news sunday." n af and many actors have played the part of u.s. servicemen in the movies, but for veterans like james crosby their service and their sacrifice are real. and too often when they come home, their struggle continues. for over sixty years, paralyzed veterans of america has been fighting to help our injured veterans get the benefits they need, and have earned. paralyzed veterans of america was there for me when i came home. join me in supporting our paralyzed veterans. visit p-v-a dot org. >>> new this morning, san francisco police have won in custody after a standoff that forced people from their hotel rooms. details of the ordeal that kept that area shut down for hours. the warrior fans are waking up thinking what could have been after game seven comes down to the final minutes. >>> the team that made it all the way to hawaii is back in california, but not back at their father's home in santa clara. i'll tell
NBC
May 4, 2014 6:00am PDT
people know what we really do behind the scenes. >> it is another beautiful morning here in new york city. our crowd loving every second of it. we're happy they're here. remember, if you're ever in the neighborhood, stop on by. 49th near fifth avenue. what's coming up? >> a dance party. >> besides that? >> we do have a lot coming up this morning. let's get you a quick look, though, at the morning's top headlines. condoleezza rice backing out as a commencement speaker at new jersey rutgers university because of protests there. the college has not said who will replace the former secretary of state. >>> a new study shows the effect of bullying may be more serious than previously thought. researchers found an estimated 200,000 high school students who have been bullied bring weapons to school. >>> the los angeles clippers proving not even a scandal can stop them from playing their best basketball. the clippers beating the golden state warriors saturday night in game seven of the first round playoffs. >>> still to come in this half hour, she was held captive for a decade. now michelle knight is te
Bloomberg
May 4, 2014 8:30am EDT
was born and raised in the financial capital of the u.s., new york city, but chose to open his investment firm, farallon capital management, in san francisco. he founded farallon in 1986 with $8 million, and by the time he stepped down he turned the initial investment into $30 billion, making it the fourth-largest hedge fund in the world. steyer's personal fortune is an estimated $2.6 billion. not satisfied with retiring on the golf course, steyer reinvented himself as an environmental activist, funding and starring in a series of public service announcements. >> i'm tom styer. each week, we take a look at the keystone xl pipeline proposal. >> he believes the pipeline will escalate the production of the controversial canadian oil sands. >> so, the question here in my mind was, is this a chance to change our trajectory in terms of energy? is this a chance to change the way people think about it and the way the policies are shaped around energy? >> we caught up with steyer in the tiny town of mayflower, arkansas, where he was getting a look at the cleanup site from an estimated 5
FOX
May 4, 2014 5:00am PDT
new york city at a button factory. >> it was great for me because i got a chance to start to go behind the scenes of the houses of designers and all of that. it was very, very interesting. >> she became one of the first african-american salespersons in a showroom which led to modeling by showing spunk to a corporate client. >> i just wanted to put on a show. i said to the guy, if you really want to have a good show, you'll have me in it. by the time i got back to my office, he had already called my office and told ruth that he wanted me in the show. that's when i started modelling. >> although she was destined to be in the fashion history, modelling wasn't her ultimate goal. >> in order to be able to compete in my industry, i knew that i had to compete with the white counterpart. so i knew that it had to be that. the problem is because i was a person of color, i couldn't deny that i wanted to have kids of color. >> she was made to do what she's done in fashion. i mean, she was born to this earth to really put iman where she is, naomi where she is, myself where i am. it's just yo
MSNBC
May 4, 2014 4:30am PDT
which is good news. a lease in new york, the new york city development core list incubator spaces in new york, square footage price s there ar resources now more than i had seven years ago when i start theed guilt. >> with my company we moved from my apartment to a space we rented for a month and then another place for two months until -- it's scary to sign a lease. >> you have to do it slowly. in a successful business you want to make sure you keep fixed expenses as low as possible. it feeds your ego to say i'm going the to have a real office. do it slowly. find an incubation space you can rent by the month. >> let's move on. this question is about advice for college graduates. >> one thing i have noticed as a college professor is the large number of students now interested the in going straight into owning their own business rather than working for someone else. i'm wonderering what advice you would give them? would you suggest they get a job and works as an employee first or do you think they can jump right in and be brave and p go into business for themselves? >> i spoke to a you
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 7:00am EDT
new jersey and the new york city area. it will be one of those days because we are expecting to see scattered rain showers. across the south-east we are drying out. there has been a lot of heavy rainfall, now the frontal boundary slipped south. we were going to see the level chance of rain activity. as we go through the day it's a quite start for a few more thunder storms. >> behind it high pressure is dominating. it's the heat that is the big story here. temperatures are soaring above average. we could hit a few records from dallas and oklahoma and tulsa as temperatures climb into the '90s, and a few areas dealing with triple digit numbers. with the hot air, dry conditions, fire danger is imminent. texas to nevada where relative humidi humidity. it will create a check for fire. we kept track outside of the east. fortunately it's 8 #% contained. threat will stay with us as most of the moisture will be further north. it's the north-west seeing the rain, and it will be soggy there. >> former secretary of state condoleezza rice backs outs of an address. it follows a month-long campaign
FOX News
May 4, 2014 3:00am PDT
." >> it's early may here in new york city. and it is beautiful. we're celebrating spring. >> even if it it is a little early. >> did you watch the horse race? >> no, i was sleeping. >> i watched yesterday with my son for the first time. i had him pick a horse, i picked a horse. his came in dead last. >> i came in three minutes late and missed it. >> all afternoon it's the buildup. >> it's very brisk. >> it's more about food and fashion anyway. >> we have the latest on a story we have been following here for nearly two years, and that is benghazi. one of the questions from the very beginning we have been trying to get the answer to is where was the president during the attacks? the attacks went on for eight hours. what was president obama doing during that time? we know no one in the white house called for direct military support of the americans under fire in libya that night. what was he doing? well, it now turns out that the white house visitor logs reveal he was in debate prep. he had three aides join him that night including ron claim, the democrat well-known as a debate prepper, an
SFGTV
May 4, 2014 2:00am PDT
have done in my trips to new york, speaking with organizations that have been activating public spaces and researching them for the past 20 years that vibrant and well-maintained plazas are vital for the city. in fact, kaiser permanente is beginning to work with the project for public spaces at looking at public plazas. so when it works well they serve as a stage for public lives. so pps, the organization that i residenced 80% of success of any public space can be attributed to its mansion. management. [speaker not understood] there are visual cues about seeing couples holding hands and laughter and smiles that people remember and they want to return to the space. that is what a successful public space look like. i think we have all experienced that in your travels. in this country and abroad, as well as in certain parts of san francisco. so another rule of thumb that they go by great place should have at least ten things do it and ten reasons to be there and this is one way -- in terms of the activation to create a reason for being in these public spaces. these things or activities should define people's experience of san francisco and be dynamic enough to attract a range of user groups, peop
FOX Business
May 4, 2014 5:00am EDT
the best of the imus in the morning program from new york city. over the next hour, some terrific imus interviews, few laughs with the icrew. i'm connell mcshannon at the midtown studios. blond on blond has become a staple of the imus in the morning program over the last few years and we're going at it about all the subjects of the day. topics in this particular edition of blond on blond that you'll see here in a minute or two include a woman who wanted to sell her virginity and an
FOX News
May 4, 2014 2:00am PDT
york city. september of 2012, just days after the brutal murders of four americans in the diplomatic outpost in benghazi, libya, i was perhaps to say outright that our government loyed to us about what happened. it is been two years, and through subkwent hearings and leaks and investigative reports and ever- changing reports from the current administration, i never had to recant or clarify my original blunt statement. this week judicial watch finally obtained bombshell e-mails revealing that the top white house aide instructed susan rice to go on shoes and spin the loy that benghazi was due to a video. ine caught with the pants down, the white house continued to play the american public for fools, giving comments like these from white house press hack jay con man carne. >> why are you would hoking back the information and why was it not turned over to the congress and released with all of the other e-mails and it is directly relevant. >> john. >> why did it take a court case. >> i can say again and dpaen and you can keep asking again and again. this document was not about benghazi. >
Al Jazeera America
May 4, 2014 4:30am EDT
guests joining us today. out of new york city, the profess of information and operations systemsfounder of changes, a research lab that tracks cultural, sxhik and ecological trends. and east feastly, a service that allows anyone to cook and serve food to any location for a fee. so did these begin with the creation of craigslist and' bay? >> in a certain way, yes. it's a natural follow up to ebay and craigslist. but these services take a lot more trust. it takes a lot more to be able to get into a car of someone you don't know and have them drive you to another city, so i think the technological progress that we have seen, the rise of social networking, the ubiquity of mobile, all of these things have lead us to the point where we can have these peer-to-peer marketplaces that ah lou individuals who have skills or assets to convert them into services and trade them with marketplaces. >> scott what was the catalyst? because the internet has been around for a while now. >> i think a couple of things. first of all as arun said, the technology being put in place and the ability
FOX News
May 3, 2014 11:00pm PDT
new york city sizes over night and they should play them some npr tapes and they are anna agexaggeration of the wors berkeley, madison combines. this is the worst beta males ever. imagine you suffered this trauma they are scared of. the dad goes i was hopped upon. >> they are free health care so what difference does it make. >> yeah. don't think it's real though. >> yes, it's real. it is a place where the canadian human rights commission said we outlaw all hate speech, things that are true are not exempt from this rule. >> right so they literally out lawed hate facts which is our joke we use all the time. our jokes are reality. being hopped upon that genuine concern in toronto. >> is getting your book banned the coolest thing that could happen to you. >> buy it, ban it. do whatever you want to do. >> red eye is doing great everywhere accept for toronto, there was a drop around the time kevin was on the show. the gives tree as banned that promotes deforestation obviously. green eggs and hams, that promotes the use of spoiled foods. 1 fish, two fish, three fish. red fish. th
FOX Business
May 4, 2014 12:00am EDT
little bit. you narrated a documentary that the new york city police officers showed their officers. >> it's an entire movement and the idea is hatred for this way of life. >> we all know about terrorism, this is the war they don't know about. >> the accusation is that almost was hit or way of life enact. >> absolutely not. we are saying that islam is paid or way of life. but many of them say america is anti-islam and they have escaped to come here to be free and we need to have this debate within the house of islam. but they don't let us have that debate. they expect that inside the country by making muslims like me shut up. and they want to do it from back diving. >> it's not just the money, it's the fear of death that takes this gentleman working for an it. she had the gall to ask for a mohammed day on her facebook page. you may have noticed that she is not in the paper this week are and there is no more molly. but she is alive and well, thankfully, but on the insistence of security and she is going goes. moving and changing her name. and so is this just accepted? >> we cannot co
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 11:00pm EDT
. >>> welcome back. one of america's contaminated body of waters is in new york city. the gowanus canal. the $300 million clean-up is slated. before it's due to get under way. luxe condoe reporters want to build. >> kaelyn forde reports. >> katia kelly called this home, renovating a brown stone and raising two children. the neighbourhood she writes and loves has a history. 2km away it has the most tom irk water in america, the gowanus canal. >> worried about the fact that without understanding where i chose to live my life, i may have put myself and children at risk. >> since the 1870s gas plans and vackt ris -- factories dumped chemicals into the waterway. jospeh alexiou studied the history. >> there's a 1922 article saying $100 million of goods were shipment through the gowanus canal and they call it one of the shortest and dirtiest waterways. >> it flows into the new york harbour and has been popular for fishing. when rains overwhelm the plants, raw sewerage flows into the canal. >> here comes the garage. >> katia kelly knew the water was dirty, but not toxic. some of her neighbours thoug
KRON
May 3, 2014 8:00pm PDT
protest in new york city. 276 girls were kidnapped by islamic extremist about two -- two weeks ago they say art sherman ... forces failed to rescue the girl send last call 53 had managed to escape. nigeria is fighting a five-year-old uprising by islamic extremists. they demanded that the return of girls. >>> the party was called sinkhole -- and was supposed to take place tonight, the holiday was supposed this celebrate mexican heritage over 100 students protested to get the party shutdown and some were offended by the theme and some compared it to st. patrick's day. the calm the chancellor suggested mandatory -- mandatory diversity course. >> firefighters are putting laser making progress and the wildfire in rancho cucamonga i was burned around 2000 acres and forced evacuation of 1600 homes. officials are saying its 70% contained. this other part is no longer active and cruiser current working the on the northern side. >>> the city police department is warning the officer killed in a hit-and- run accident happened early this morning in la harbor city neighborhood. they say the offi
Bloomberg
May 3, 2014 10:00pm EDT
>> from our studios in new york city, this is "charlie rose." >> nabil fahmy is here. he has been the foreign minister of egypt since 2013. he was this country's ambassador to the united states. he has met with john kerry, chuck hagel, and susan rice. he seeks to repair the egyptian american alliance and has gone adrift in the past few years. it comes less than two months after the army chief declared his intent to restore order. i am pleased to welcome nabil fahmy back to this table. >> i'm happy to be here. >> what have you accomplished? >> i came here to do two things, one is to try to redirect our relations toward building a better future together. because these are indispensable relations for us and our goals and objectives. i believe they are indispensable for the u.s. and your interest in the middle east. the transformations of egypt will be up and down. the ups are higher than the downs. needs to be explained face to face. i felt it was important occasions like this program to come out for the people and talk to you directly and to get a sense of whether you are sincere or
NBC
May 3, 2014 6:30pm PDT
. former new york city mayor michael bloomberg is unveiling an ad campaign that feature as bold statement. one that's questionable. in a new ad aimed at promoting safety, he crafts this story of two kids playing hide and go seek. punctuated with an exclamation mark and claim. do scenes like this happen all the time? that's what bloomberg alleges. he's spending money to see it through. recently, he appeared on the "today" show. >> to make sure we reward those who are protecting lives and make sure those who are trying to keep people from being protected lose elections. >> bloomberg eegs claim is about more than losing elections. it's about lost lives. kids lives due to unintentional gun accidents. each child's life is precious and nobody is minimizing that. we wanted to know whether the bloomberg act has to do with deaths of kids to go to the cdc by numbers. if you look at unintentional deaths, motor vehicle deaths led the way followed by suffocation and drowning claims between 700 and 1200 lives. firearms, 62. on par with what it's been over the last decade. here is a look at th
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 8:00pm EDT
york city are creating new business opportunities for churches. many places of worship in immigrant communities find themselves in desirable neighbourhoods. churches are cashing in with plans for the profits. mary snow reports. >> father christopher ball ard is a man of prayer with an eye on property. >> yes, this was renovated. >> he's an associate rector at the landmark church of st. luke and st. matthew in brooklyn. a big part of his job is to develop real estate deals for the 158 churches in his ensis copal diocese. >> i learnt a lot about real estate. >> is the market a blessing. >> it is. >> it's a blessing because it is soaring in neighbour ads like the one with st. luke and st. matthew is located. there are about a dozen deals considered in his diocese. one is at his church which put the parking lot and rectory on the market for $8.6 million. >> the church will stay intact. father ball ard says the money made will go towards maintaining decaying churches and expanding charity work like after hurricane sandy. >> we need to focus on helping other people, once we leverage build
PBS
May 3, 2014 4:00pm PDT
brauner at the new york auto show. >> that's our show for this week. thanks for watching "teen kids news." we'll see you next time. steves: pisa, in the north of italy, is a grand city with a grand history. for nearly three centuries, until about the year 1300, pisa was a booming port town, rivaling venice and genoa as a sea-trading power. from here, where the arno river meets the sea, its 150-foot galleys cruised most of the mediterranean. during the crusades, pisan ships transported entire armies to the holy land. like many italian city-states, the republic of pisa prided itself in its independence from both popes and emperors. but eventually its fleet was defeated by genoa and its port silted up, leaving the town's economy high and dry. pisa's three must-see sights -- the duomo, baptistery, and leaning bell tower -- are reminders of its long-ago sea-trading wealth. this dazzling ensemble floats regally on the best lawn in all of italy. this square -- the piazza del duomo -- was nicknamed the "campo dei miracoli," or field of miracles, for the grandness of the undertaking. the architectural style throughout is pisa's very own pisan romanesque. where traditional romanes
CNN
May 3, 2014 3:00pm PDT
seeing the one in new york but other demonstrations in washington, d.c., also in london. here is what we know about this. borno reportedly went into this school into the dorm room and took these girls at gunpoint and took them into a forest and selling them for about $1 and forcing them into islam and marrying them off. these parents as you imagine are very frustrated. they are scared. they are afraid. they feel helpless because they haven't been able to do anything really to try to go get them from wherever they are. >> some of the families tried to go into the forest and told to turn around because the conditions were terrible and it was so dangerous. no now they feel like they don't have any recourse in finding their children. >> what do you do to get them? you can't do an air strike because you put the girls in danger. how do you good into these areas of the forest where they are really not familiar with the area and the terrain so it puts the girls in danger again. boko haram means sin. they want women not in the education system. they want women inside the home taking care of ch
Al Jazeera America
May 3, 2014 6:00pm EDT
in december. property prices in new york city have been on the rise. owners of some of the prime spots are cashing in, including the churches. mary snow reports on some of the plans for those profits. >> father christopher ballard is a man of prayer with an eye on property. >> this was renovated. >> he is an associate rector at this landmark church of saint luke and saint matthew in brooklyn but a big part of his job is to develop real estate deals for the 150 churches in his diocese? >> i have learned a lot about real estate. >> is this current market a blessing? >> this current market is a blessing. >> it's a blessing because the real estate market is soaring. he says there are about a dozen deals being considered in his diocese. one of them is at his church which has put its parking lot and rectory on the market for an asking price of $86,000,000. the church, itself, will stay intact. father ballard says the money made will go towards maintaining decaying churches and toward expanding its charity work like the kind it did after hurricane sandy. >> we need to focus our mission
KRON
May 3, 2014 2:30pm PDT
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FOX News
May 3, 2014 2:00pm PDT
>>> hello, everyone. i'm kimberly guilfoyle.in it's 5:00 o'clock in new york city and this is "the five". >> did the administration> deliberately deceive americans about the benghazi attack? today house speaker john boehner announced a special committee ie being formed to investigate. the move comes days after newly released e-mails revealed a white house aide advisor, susan rice, to tell the world that protests due to a video led them to attack americans that night. >> benghazi, benghazi, benghazi. why aren't we talking aboutrdin something else? >> what difference at this point does it make? >> dude, this is like two years ago. we're still talk being -- >> dude, it's the thing that everybody is talking about. >> and president obama is part of that chorus. >> your detractors believe you did not tell the world it was a terrorist attack because your campaign didn't want that out. that's what they believe. >> and they believe it because folks like you are tell ming them that. >> once again, finger pointing o at someone else, not accepting the responsibility, eric. >> dude, let me tell
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